SAD NEWS: GM Justin Hollander Expressed Deep Concern As He Shared the latest update on Mariners injuries…

Mariners General Manager Justin Hollander provided an update on the team’s injury status in a meeting with the media, shedding light on the current situation of several players. While some of these individuals are yet to make their debut for the Mariners, many are integral to the team’s success and are eagerly awaited.

Here’s a summary of the injury updates shared by Hollander:

Bryan Woo: Woo is set to start tomorrow’s game for the Tacoma Rainiers after a successful rehab outing, where he threw three perfect innings with five strikeouts on a 35-pitch count. He’s expected to throw around 55-60 pitches in his upcoming start and will undergo one more rehab outing before potentially making his 2024 debut for the Mariners.

Matt Brash: Brash participated in workouts and threw with full intensity at T-Mobile Park. The team will assess his condition, and if all goes well, he could begin his rehab assignment within the next few days.

Gregory Santos: Santos is still progressing in his recovery and has yet to throw a full bullpen session. He’s currently focused on building distance and volume in his throwing regimen, with no clear timeline for a rehab assignment.

Dominic Canzone: Canzone has commenced throwing and jogging and is slated to start hitting next week. He’s undergoing rehabilitation in Arizona and could return to full baseball activities within 2-3 weeks.

Eduard Bazardo: Bazardo is on a rehab assignment, described by Hollander as his “spring training.” No specific timeline was provided for his return to the Mariners.

J.P. Crawford: Crawford’s return remains uncertain, with no definitive timetable provided. The team expects him to be sidelined for longer than the initial 10-day period on the injured list, with a potential absence ranging from 2-5 weeks.

Prospects Jonny Farmelo and Colt Emerson: Farmelo’s shoulder injury doesn’t raise significant concerns as there’s no structural damage, hinting at a possible quick return. Emerson, recovering from an oblique injury, will be activated soon after playing in extended games.

George Kirby: Despite earlier reports of soreness, Kirby is set to make his scheduled start without any concerns relayed to Hollander, indicating his readiness to take the field.

As the Mariners navigate through these injuries, fans eagerly anticipate the return of key players while rooting for the team’s continued success. Go Mariners

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